Ramada Suites by Wyndham Queenstown Remarkables Park

Ramada Queenstown Remarkables Park

Hotel Rating : 4 Star
Location Rating : 6/10
Location : Frankton/Airport

Ramada Suites by Wyndham Queenstown Remarkables Park Overview

Ramada Suites by Wyndham Queenstown Remarkables Park is a pretty basic serviced apartment style hotel near Queenstown Airport. The rooms are self contained with kitchenettes in the studios and small kitchens in the one bedroom apartments. The rooms are serviced daily and some rooms have great views of the Remarkables. It’s at the bottom end of 4 star, but perfectly acceptable for most normal people.

The rooms are not massive and some studios have low ceilings, which you could call cosy but being rather tall I’d call cramped. But great if you’re little people. The studios are pretty generous in terms of floor area at 33 sqm. While the executive studios are 40sqm and the 1 bedrooms are 42 sqm. It’s big enough to be comfortable (that’s twice the space of some hotel rooms in Queenstown). There’s a Ski storage/drying room too, so set up for skiing. This is not the place for a romantic holiday but if you’re here to ski then this is closer to the Remarkables than most; so it’s great if you want to get that fresh powder.


Franks Eatery is open 7 days for breakfast and lunch, but not open for dinner early in the week. There’s also Franks + go serving takeaway meals (and offering room service).


Ramada Suites Queenstown has a small fitness room.


It’s a basic 4 star apartment hotel near the airport. Keep that in mind and you won’t be disappointed. It’s newish, and reasonably spacious, with some nice views. It’s not a luxury hotel and doesn’t pretend to be so don’t stay here and then complain it wasn’t luxurious. What it offers is a reasonable size room at an affordable price, with laundry and cooking facilities. It’s a good option for longer stays.

Address : 24 Hawthorne Drive, Remarkables Park, Queenstown 9300

1 comment

  1. Ramada Frankton.
    We stayed here on Sunday Nov 20th under the name Kevin Mason.
    Somewhere on my trip I lost my car key, its a black rectangle box, an electric remote for a Mitsibishi. I can send a photo. the replacement cost is astronomic, so I’m hopeful it has been found in one of the places we stayed.

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